Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Newport News Va – June 27, 2014
I work hard to get exactly what my customers actually want and need. I go above and beyond their expectations with my well put together gift bags and products. I also put together product parties so that my clients can test and purchase items from my home.
uncapped income,your own business on your time, fun sorority type bond forms with your Mary Kay sisters and brothers
Beauty Consultant (Current Employee) – New York, NY – February 6, 2016
a typical day of work for me consist of talking to the people i feel could benefit from the use of our products on line at the grocery store, at my hair appointment, salon etc... its a really organic way of doing business and i love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i love that i am working for a company that values me. i have learned how to belllter connect with my peers better time management and business savvy when it comes to purchasing inventory. The most enjoyable part of ny job is the freedom.
Beauty Consultant (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – February 2, 2016
Not enough money. Lies/ mis-information about important things. Sales doesn't account for shipping and handling Direct makes first order which was huge and purchased things that I wasn't able to sell Purchased lots of samples that aren't sellable and you aren't able to return them to the company.
Entrepreneur/Independent Consultant (Former Employee) – Newark, CA – February 1, 2016
One of the best Companies to work for. A company where you can make a difference. Meet all types of women and men who love making positive strides in networking, marketing and sales. Work hard and earn a living as a mentor and a boss. Lots of growth.
Consultant (Current Employee) – Neenah, WI – January 30, 2016
Calling clients to check on needs. Getting new leads by accumulating referrals or talking with people. Holding one-on-one appointments with clients. Holding/doing parties. In-putting orders and customer information into computer. Build a team of consultants and act as their mentor.
Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant (Former Employee) – Loganville, GA – January 13, 2016
I didn't have the BEST training with this Company but it's something that I feel like you have to BEG people to buy the products. You also need to have a job while doing Mary Kay because it's difficult to live off of. Have a backup plan!!
productive fun and loving co-workers with large lunch room
Material Handler/Assembler (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – January 5, 2016
I love working at Mary Kay. its a great work environment. I only hope to get a pay raise. what I do is in a timely manner handle product placing them in set areas for assemblers. wrap pallets and ship them. scan labels into set areas. help coworkers keep up production.
Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant (Current Employee) – Bakersfield, CA – December 28, 2015
You can work when you'd like, you get to meet new people, and its great to see people happy with products they enjoy. Other consultants, directors, etc. are always so bubbly and excited. They are always friendly and enjoyable to be around.
Some days were spent at home emailing, texting, and calling customers to sell cosmetics. And others were spent having a Mary Kay party and completing sales. Mary Kay has taught me how to handle all sorts of people. The hardest part of the job was getting people to buy the cosmetics when they did not believe in the business. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with people.
Mary Kay Leader Consultant (Current Employee) – Laurel, MD – December 8, 2015
A flexible job with amazing products to sell. You get to be your own boss and decide how many hours and days you want to work. coworkers are respectful and helpful. The best part is that you can set your own goals and choose how fast or slow you want to move to the next level in the company.